Increasingly, a physical security director's role, the branch of computer security that is specifically related to the Internet, with issues involving fraud and the protection of transfer of data and a company's brand.
Websites and Web applications are the most visible and vulnerable part of a company’s infrastructure so it’s no surprise that cybercriminals scan thousands of websites every hour in search of vulnerabilities.
Cybersecurity coverage has taken an odd turn. In the not-so-distant past, when a data breach occurred, journalists would zero in on the kinds and amounts of data that were stolen, and the amount of reputation and bottom-line damage the breach would likely result in. Lately, though, focus has shifted to who perpetrated the breach rather than how it happened.
While an increasing number of companies have a basic data breach response plan in place, many plans do not cover important steps and executives lack confidence in their ability to manage a major breach, according to a new study.
As a large global technology company whose products such as the Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) appear inside a wide array of other products, NVIDIA may just be “the biggest company you’ve never heard of,” says Wesley Bull, NVIDIA’s Chief Facility Security Officer (CFSO) and Head of Global Security Risk Management, Investigations and Protective Services.
This book is a practical guide to discovering and exploiting security flaws in web applications. The authors explain each category of vulnerability using real-world examples, screen shots and code extracts. View
Databases are the nerve center of our economy. Every piece of your personal information is stored there-medical records, bank accounts, employment history, pensions, car registrations, even your children's grades and what groceries you buy. Database attacks are potentially crippling-and relentless.
On DemandThe NIST Cybersecurity Framework recently celebrated its First Birthday, and it’s here to stay. This webinar will describe NIST’s approach to cybersecurity risk management, discuss corporate reactions to the Framework, and give you the tools to assess whether the Framework is relevant for your enterprise.
In this, Security magazine’s annual Security 500 Report, learn the top 10 trends that enterprise security leaders are facing this year, gather sector and issue-specific metrics to enhance your in-house reporting, determine which companies are leading the pack in your sector, and build your case to become the enterprise’s next go-to executive resource. Check out Security's November issue for all this and more!